Let's hope not. Not only do I feel like this would be bad a bad move for the team. I also think it might start hurting them in the fan engagement/interest department. Starting JB with a highly drafted QB is a strategy even non-JB supporters can probably get on board with; going into the season with JB as your unquestioned starter and no back up plan might cost them ticket sales, viewers, merchandise sales, etc.
Perhaps, but you watch, they'll take their time investigating, wait to see if New England makes it thru the playoffs and then take action. Of course, by then, Ms Brady retires, the Hooded one as well and McDaniels is left to deal with all the aftermath, that would actually be hilarious to some degree.
When I retired from the military I was a First Sergeant. I had two bosses - a Squadron Commander and a Command Chief Master Sergeant. The CMS took it personally as he helped me get the job as a First Sergeant and thought I would kind of follow in his foot steps. We had several pretty serious conversations about it and the point I was trying to make to him was that it wasn't about everyone else or what the Air Force needed - it was about what was right for my life. I have never regretted leaving at that point since my reason was to spend more time with my son. The job of a First Sergeant is very time consuming if you want to be good and I was up for an unaccompanied tour to Korea. Just not right for me so I moved on. I quit with a pension.